I had a lipoma removed from the occipital region of my head, and there was oozing after the stitches were removed for the first time. After the incision and treatment, the medication was changed for 8 days, and it was said that it had not grown well, and then it was incised and cleaned up without stitches and a drainage strip was built in to let the wound heal on its own.Is there any other good way?
According to your description consider this very common, especially epidermis-like cyst problem is easy to cause poor wound healing situation, need to further do a good job every day after the iodine disinfection built-in sterile gauze strip drainage can, and then sterile gauze cover, do not touch the water infection, further prophylactic antibiotic application.
Hello, according to your description of the situation and symptoms, for this case can choose, well after the suture can cure a drainage tube, to prevent the situation of infection.In this case, it is advisable to observe closely, and in the later stages of this situation, it is also necessary to carry out debridement treatment.The current situation and symptoms are best advised to be closely observed.
According to your brief description, the doctor suggests that you describe the case in detail, what are the main uncomfortable symptoms at present, followed by what you say is a head lipoma, generally speaking sebaceous cysts are more common, and the pathology also said that it is a sebaceous cyst, there is no lipoma ah, you look at